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Try reinstalling the drive or update drivers.
1.Right click on My Computer
2.Go to properties in drop down menu.
3.Find Device Manager in tabs at top of window ( XP ) or on left side of window ( Vista, Windows 7 )
4.In the list of devices you should see your DVD player. Right click it and choose update driver.
5.Make sure to choose search Internet and auto instal driver when the option comes up.

Good luck and please rate if helpful.

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

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